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Topic: Guatemala FTO Quiche - Maya Ixil (10 msgs / 180 lines)
1) From: DeCambre.Peter
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2) From: Blake R.
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Has anyone tried Guatemala FTO Quiche - Maya Ixil?  Is it a good =
recommendtion if I really liked the Guatemala Anigua Peaberry and the =
"Blue Quetzal" Bourbon?
Thanks ... Blake

3) From: Les
It has a very nice milk chocolate aspect.  I ordered a pound and some
how even though I am on stash reduction a two pounder of it made it
through on my next order!  This is a good one.
On 2/3/07, Blake R.  wrote:

4) From: Karl Harder
What does FTO mean?  Several coffees in my sampler pack have FTO in the 
name.  Searched SM , but no definition.  SO many acronyms and Abreviations 

5) From: Cameron Forde
FTO = Free trade organic
SO = single origin
On 2/5/07, Karl Harder  wrote:
-- ceforde

6) From: GHolli7210
What does arggggggggg stand for?
Sorry couldn't resist.
Agreed way too many acronyms for newbies to the list.

7) From: Cameron Forde
FTO = Fair trade organic
On 2/5/07, Cameron Forde  wrote:
-- ceforde

8) From: Kevin
If the VP is such a VIP we should put the PC on the QT so we all don't
get KP... a great line from a great movie...
On 2/5/07, Cameron Forde  wrote:
My home coffee roasting blog:http://homecoffeeroastblog.blogspot.com/Kevin

9) From: Eddie Dove
I roasted the Maya Ixil to Full City in my Gene Cafe.  There was a definite,
sweet, milk chocolate taste with a hint of brightness to give it
sophistication, but I must have been expecting / wanting something different
because it left me wanting; others at the office fawned over it.  I didn't
find it at all like the Blue Quetzal, which I love.  I brewed it every day
and it was a very nice coffee, but it left me wanting.  However, due to an
unfortunate incident that almost resulted in a remodeled kitchen, I pulled a
double espresso of it today.  OH WOW!  Pure milk chocolate with that
something extra to make it sophisticated!  It actually made me stare at the
glass in wonder and it reminded me of one of Ghirardelli's new espresso
chocolates (only reference I have so no offense intended Sir John the
Alchemist, please forgive me!).  This is a nice, sweet coffee.
On 2/3/07, Blake R.  wrote:

10) From: Blake R.
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The Maya was sold out when it was time for me to order yesterday.  I do =
not do espresso (yet) so I guess I did not miss much.  I did order a =
pound each of the 3 other Guatemalans that are still up.  Yes I like =
Guatemalan coffee.  I agree that the Blue Quetzal is truly sublime.  I =
roasted some and mailed it to my Dad and he loved it so much that he =
dropped shipped me 5 pounds of it so I would roast him some more (I can =
take a hint).  The day after his order the Blue Quetzal was taken of the =
SM site.  Boy was I releaved that my Dad got more just in the nick of =

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